Miriam Cutler was a keynote speaker at Sundance 2021's Film Music House
Abramorama has acquired North American theatrical and digital distribution rights for ’TIL KINGDOM COME, score by Miriam Cutler
Miriam Cutler is set to give a keynote presentation at Sundance Film Festival 2021's Film Music House
Check out all these amazing films that premiered in 2020, scored by Miriam Cutler!
The evangelical documentary with a score by Miriam Cutler will air on PBS March 28th.
The new short documentary EDDY'S WORLD, with a score by Miriam Cutler, debuted with The New Yorker and is already making a splash!
Miriam Cutler is thrilled to present the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack release of 'TIL KINGDOM COME
SESAC is launching their new grant program REEL CHANGE: The Fund for Diversity in Film Scoring with a Board of Directors including Miriam Cutler
Miriam Cutler was a guest on a panel discussing her documentary film FLANNERY about the American novelist Flannery O'Connor and her lasting effect on "craft".
The Port Townsend Film Festival's "Music to Our Ears: Composing for Film Forum", featuring Miriam Cutler and others, will be available 9/24
'TIL KINGDOM COME - a new documentary, scored by Miriam Cutler, about the link between U.S. Evangelicals, Israel, and Trump; to premiere at Doc Aviv on September 6th, 2020 with an American film festival premiere in the future.
Miriam Cutler will be joining an incredible group of directors and composers as a Creative Advisor for the Sundance Institute's 2020 Film Music and Sound Design Lab
Enjoy this cello and bass specialorchestration of thetheme from FLANNERY, a new documentary that examines the life, work and legacy of American author Flannery O'Connor.
This Friday, July 17th, Flannery's virtual premiere is in over 40 cities across the country!
IndieWire names The Dilemma of Desire as one of the most exciting and anticipated films at AFI Docs
Dilemma of Desire was supposed to premier this weekend at SXSW and later at Hot Docs.
Miriam's latest project "The Dilemma of Desire" will have its world premiere at the 2020 SXSW Film Festival.
Nonfiction doc music will be honored for the first time this year, thanks to the work of longtime composer Miriam Cutler ('Love, Gilda'), who reveals her pitch to the organization and how scoring a doc differs from scoring fiction.
For years, music in documentary and nonfiction programming competed alongside the music for fictional narratives, but this year, music composition for a documentary series or special is getting its own category — the Emmys’ seventh music category overall. It is a change that couldn’t have come soon enough for many veterans in the space.
Joey Moser speaks with the composer about the legendary comic and the creation of the Music Composition of a Documentary Series or Special category.
There was only one Gilda Radner, and she left us way too soon. Lisa D’Apolito’s documentary, Love Gilda, is a loving portrait of a woman who never expected to be famous and only wanted to make the world a more beautiful place through humor. Miriam Cutler is nominated for writing the score to Gilda’s life (she’s also nominated for RBG, and both films were executive produced by CNN Films), and it’s a gentle tribute to a legend.